Stellight is one wolverine-tough bike light that might be made of better material than your bike. Via a dedicated app, you can program its six LEDs individually to make unique patterns, share them, and download more from Stellight Web.
Water is a must-have on hot humid biking trips. Carry a ton if you're going off the beaten path because when you run out, that's it. Or wait for a Fontus, a self-filling water condenser bottle that pulls moisture from the air and turns it into water.
E-bikes are huge in Europe, and they're getting bigger in the U.S. -- to match the traffic jams. They're not just for delivery guys anymore. E-bikes can be real luxury rides that let you charge your phone, and lock via Bluetooth.
The NFL is teaming up with GE to give away a total of $3 million to six different studies or organizations doing research on identifying concussions and working toward recovery, including BrainScope and a number of universities.
This week, Walmart and Evenflo announced a new partnership that will yield a $149 carseat (sold exclusively at Walmart) that will set off an alarm any and every time a baby is strapped in the seat while the car ignition is off.
Scientists are now finding that they can fold DNA into very particular shapes by way of a 3D printing method that would help get medication to the right place without breaking down in transit within the body
Apparently, putting butter in your coffee is a million dollar idea. Actually, a multi-million dollar idea -- Bulletproof Coffee has just raised $9 million to help more Americans put butter in more of what they eat, and in this case, drink.
Smart boxing gear has been comparatively slow to take off. It's available to the pros, but hasn't really trickled down to the amateur rings and gyms. Broadcasters used the tech at high profile matches, and new gear by MM8 and StrikeTec will be available soon.
The world's first bionic eye implant (using the Argus II) has been successfully performed on an 80-year-old British man suffering from age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The operation corrected the long-ailing vision of Ray Flynn.
Amy Poehler is set to play an NBA coach in an upcoming sports comedy written by Ike Barinholtz and David Stassen. As the first female coach in the league, she'll reportedly join an organization that's less than thrilled to have her.
How much water did you drink today? It's not always easy to keep track of the ounces on your Nalgene bottle, so Sen.se created an app that uses its Mother Motion Cookies to keep tabs on your hydration.
It's impractical to take a heavy bag from gym to gym, but Impact Wrap can to smarten up average bags. Resembling a canvas pillowcase made for punching, it reads impacts without the hassle or limitations of smart gloves.
We're surrounded by screens of all sizes, and all kinds of wonderful tech to keep us entertained, but many people are turning to the simple pleasures of adult coloring books to help relax. It's becoming a considerable phenomenon.
Xiaomi may be best known for its cool smartphones, but its latest product is a pair of smart sneakers produced with Chinese sports brand Li Ning. The Bluetooth sensor in the heel connects with Xiaomi's Mi Fit app.
ReWalk Robotics, which produces wearable exoskeletons for people who've lost the use of their legs, has just pulled the curtain back on version 6.0 of its robotically-assisted walking system -- and it's smaller, lighter, and faster than ever before.
Exposure to blue light emitted by a smartphone screen right before bed ruins your sleep patterns. One solution that doesn't involve putting down your phone before bed, is to wear these special Jins Screen glasses, that won't make you look ridiculous.
Smart farms will change the way we consume produce. New products from Click & Grow aim to bring fruits and vegetables to us faster and using less water. The company's Smart Mini Farm has just found a new investor.
Hooray, it's Amazon's Prime Day! Deals, excitement, and more are promised from the online retailer, and the world can't wait. Except behind all this, Prime Day has a more insidious purpose, and people are in danger of forgetting it.